Acclaimed chef Santi Taura joins El Llorenç Parc de la Mar with his restaurant DINS Santi Taura. Delivering a gastronomic journey through the lens of history, customs, recipes and products, diners can expect to taste exceptional cuisine based on the islands’ traditional recipes and local products.
About DINS Santi Taura
Chef Santi Taura relocates his renowned restaurant to the new luxury boutique hotel El Llorenç Parc de la Mar in Palma. Opening in July 2019, the chef will present authentic Balearic recipes and interpret them in his own way – always respectfully acknowledging their origins.
Chef Santi Taura’s style of cooking is about delivering a gastronomic journey through the lens of history, customs, recipes and products, with respect to each and every season. At the same time, diners will discover Majorcan cuisine, learning about the roots of its gastronomy.
Many cultures landed in Mallorca, leaving an indelible gastronomic trace where there is a rich culinary history unlike anywhere else in the world. For this reason, the chef has created a gastronomic journey based on the rich traditions of its neighbourhood, which is characterised by Christian, Jewish and Islamic influences.
DINS Santi Taura Cuisine
Chef Santi Taura is known for creating new interpretations of dishes that have been made for centuries across the island. Panada de moll – a red mullet pie, Espinagada – a traditional recipe made with eel and spinach, and a unique sea and mountain recipe – Porcella amb anfòs, made with pork and Yellowbelly Grouper.
DINS will continue to offer a Balearic tasting menu, where the chef and his team will not only prepare the meal, but present the dishes to the guests. In addition, the introduction of ‘Slow Food’ ingredients will make dining at DINS Santi Taura an intimate experience with the Chef.
Swedish designer, Magnus Ehrland created El Llorenç Parc de la Mar, a new hotel concept that is surprising and original. Their idea is to make everyone feel at home.
At El Llorenç you will experience the finest Mallorca has to offer. Let yourself be transported back in time and explore the streets of the historical district La Calatrava. Located near the seafront and next to the Palma Cathedral you’ll discover the original roots of the island.